John Dombrowski, MD

Medical Director


Addiction Medicine, Pain Medicine, Anesthesiology


•University of California Medical Acupuncture Los Angeles, CA
•Yale – New Haven Hospital Anesthesiology New Haven, CT
•Yale University, St. Mary’s Hospital, Waterbury Hospital Internal Medicine Waterbury, CT
•Medical School Georgetown University School of Medicine Doctor of Medicine Washington, DC
•Graduate School Georgetown University Master of Science, Physiology Washington, DC
•Undergraduate School University of Richmond Bachelor of Science, Biology, Minor in Chemistry, Cum Laude Richmond, VA

About Dr. Dombrowski

A frequent speaker on pain care issues, Dr. Dombrowski began his career by getting a medical degree from Georgetown University and receiving residency training from Yale University in internal medicine and anesthesiology. He later became board certified in anesthesiology and pain medicine and is a licensed acupuncturist as well.

Dr. Dombrowski is the Medical Director of the Anesthesiologist Assistant Program and Clinical Assistant Professor at Case Western Reserve University, in Washington, DC as well as Clinical Associate of Georgetown University Medical School. He is also past president of the District of Columbia Society of Anesthesiologists and on the Board of Directors at the American Society of Anesthesiologists. His comments have appeared in the Washington Times and other publications, and he has often been interviewed on local television and radio programs. He also has made several appearances on NBC’s Today Show, CNN, Good Morning American and Dr. Drew show discussing the safety of pain-control medications and integrated approaches for treating pain.